LiTFUSE Poets' Workshop

Posted 11.14.13

Type: 
Conference
Location: 
Tieton, WA
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099
E-mail: 
michael@litfuse.us

The 2014 LiTFUSE Poets’ Workshop was held from September 26 to September 28 at the Mighty Tieton colony in Tieton, Washington. The conference offered workshops and readings for poets. The faculty included poets Ashley Capps, Martín Espada, Kathleen Flenniken, Holly J. Hughes, Michelle Kwasny, and Leonard Orr. The registration fee was $190, which included weekend classes and some meals. Friday master classes were available for an additional $90 to $100 each. Financial aid was available. Lodging was available at nearby hotels; free camping was available on the Mighty Tieton property. Registration was first come, first served; onsite registration was available. Visit the website for more information.

Contact Information: 

LiTFUSE Poets' Workshop, Tieton Arts & Humanities, P.O. Box 171, Tieton, WA 98947. (206) 714-3178. Michael Schein, Director.

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